Oakley goggles have been a part of skiing and snowboarding since the early 80s. Since then they have developed industry leading technology to make them the first choice goggles for skiers and snowboarders, professionals and enthusiasts alike. Much of the same commitment to quality optical clarity that you would expect to find in Oakley Sunglasses is present in their snow goggles too. Oakley goggles won’t steam up, as many of them are treated with anti-fog technology – and are also well ventilated which means the air flow helps to keep your lenses clear. Crucially Oakley Goggles come with a wide range of lens options – from the new prizm techhnology so you can see clearly when ithe light gets flat to some iridium options that reflect bright light away from your eyes, some with contrast enhancing lenses so that even on flat-light days you can pick out bumps in the snow and keep on riding!
The latest Oakley innovation is the Flight Deck and Flight Deck XM – goggles with frameless technology that allows you to see much more peripheral vision. More conventional options that you should take a look at include the Oakley Airbrake, goggles which come with a replacement lens as standard, and are incredibly easy to change so you always have the right lens for the conditions. There are also the Crowbar, Canopy, A Frame 2.0, and O2 XL, XM and S goggles which can be worn by men or women. Whatever your goggle requirements, Oakley are bound to have goggles that fit the bill and perform at the very top level.